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Moving On - A Prairie Romance

by Annette Bower

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Anna and Nick are the main characters in this book. This book uses Canadian English spelling so it may be a little off to some people. Please remember that it is not a grammar/edition mistake. That is how the words are spelled in Canada. Yes, it is correct I ask a friend I work with who is Canadian. I did not do this to verify who was right or wrong. I did this to help understand the book more.



Anna is trying to move on from the horrible past. It is something that everyone has tried to accomplish before. To move to a new city, a new job, a new house or apartment. To try anything to help forget the past that is haunting us over our shoulder. What Anna does not realize is that in a small town you can never run or hide from the past even if you are someone new. The natives their will want to know your whole life story. They will do anything to get it out of you or make up something just to satisfy their inquisitiveness.



I did not know until looking on a map that Regina Beach is an actual city in the Saskatchewan territory. When looking at the city the author actually used the real street names. I love an author that goes beyond normal when writing a book and that is what Ms. Bower completed in this book. To use actual street names shows how much she cared about the accuracy of this book.



I know that I am not providing a very good description of this book but if I talk too much about the plot or characters I will give some major spoilers and I honestly do not want to add those. Therefore, this was an amazing book. Thank you for such a great pleasant read Ms. Bower. I cannot wait to read another book you have written. ( )
  kybunnies | Oct 19, 2014 |
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